Tag: Net Neutrality

Netflix Tweet Hints at FCC Lawsuit

Late last year, the United States Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor of dismantling Obama-era regulations that prohibited ISPs from privileging content. This was a huge defeat for internet rights activists and consumers everywhere. However, while the case seems shut to many, there is still a resistance ongoing – with some rather large companies in its ranks. Netflix tweets litigative threats at the FCC While I find it truly amazing …
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On Net Neutrality, VPNs, the Decentralized Web, and Supercomputers

Now that net neutrality is dead here in America, you may be left wondering: is there anything I can do to fight this? Well, there’s a pretty strong case to be made for virtual private networks (VPNs) in light of the news, and there’s an even stronger case to be made for decentralized web protocols that run on the blockchain. Both VPNs and crypto platforms like Substratum and Golem could allow …
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Will the FCC Investigate the Net Neutrality Commenting Oddities?

The topic of net neutrality has been kicked around quite a bit over the past few weeks. It is obvious opinions are very divided on this front. The recent vote to repeal net neutrality has not been well-received by the general population, mainly because it will change everything we know about the internet. It is due time we had a thorough investigation of this matter, especially given the fraudulent comments filed regarding this …
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What Is Substratum?

In response to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voting to repeal net neutrality laws, net neutrality supporters who fear the worst are looking toward Substratum (SUB) as their saving grace. SUB has seen a significant boom in the wake of the vote, rising into the top 100 on CoinMarketCap recently. It currently sits at #98 with a market capitalization of just over US$100 million. Substratum is an ERC-20 token …
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